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Mammals of the Neotropics: Volume 3 The Central Neotropics: Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil

Flora / Fauna
Series: Mammals of the Neotropics Volume: 3
By: John F Eisenberg and Kent H Redford
609 pages, 16 col plates, 140 line drawings, 68 tabs, 582 maps
NHBS
Third volume in this superb series on neotropical mammals, now due out in paperback
Mammals of the Neotropics: Volume 3
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  • Mammals of the Neotropics: Volume 3 ISBN: 9780226195421 Paperback Jun 2000 In stock
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Provides a survey and synthesis of current knowledge of more than 650 species of land and marine mammals found in Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Brazil. Chapters present not only up-to-date taxonomic information but also ecological and behavioural characteristics, conservation status, and distribution maps for most species. The illustrations by Fiona Reid are superb. New to this volume are chapters on the fossil record of the region and on its current biodiversity and biogeography.
`John Eisenberg and Kent Redford display the glorious breadth and quality of our knowledge, describing what we know of the region's more than 650 mammal species comprehensively and accessibly. Fiona Reid's colour plates are superb in accuracy and detail. Overall, this is a magnificent compendium of existing knowledge, and one that is certain to be a standard reference for many years to come.'Adrian Barnett, 'Nature'

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Flora / Fauna
Series: Mammals of the Neotropics Volume: 3
By: John F Eisenberg and Kent H Redford
609 pages, 16 col plates, 140 line drawings, 68 tabs, 582 maps
NHBS
Third volume in this superb series on neotropical mammals, now due out in paperback
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